|L'Ire des Papes - PoiL|
|poil - Live at DS04 [blat15] - poil|
Recorded live at DS04, this EP documents the first public performance utilising poil's unique Shape Sequencer instrument. Clicking, wobbling, stuttering and bending loops collide and evolve in a hypnotic and fascinating electronic sound-field. The Shape Sequencer is a graphical instrument where sounding shapes are manipulated using joypads to record small looping seqments of varying length and speed.
Keywords: Experimental; Glitch
Downloads: 1,527 (1 review)
|Brossaklitt - PoiL|
|Dins o Cuol - PoiL|
|poil - Aphorisms [blat14] - poil|
Rhythmic, melodic, haunting, at times odd, at other times satisfying. This is an album of electronics, pure tones, beats, rasping digital modulations and sensitive arrangements.
|Shape Sequencer - Pentagon Scratch [blavid01] - poil|
Demonstrating the Shape Sequencer in a new improvised performance that focuses on the live sampling capabilities of the instrument.
|Shape Sequencer at Showroom Cinema - poil apfrod|
Video of the Shape Sequencer performed live at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield on 23rd Sept 2005 as part of the Digital Space programme of events.
Keywords: shapesequencer; digitalspace; sheffield; electronic; experimental
|Integrative EEG biomarkers predict progression to Alzheimer's disease at the MCI stage. (Volume 5) - Poil, Simon-Shlomo|
This article is from Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, volume 5.AbstractAlzheimer's disease (AD) is a devastating disorder of increasing prevalence in modern society. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is considered a transitional stage between normal aging and AD; however, not all subjects with MCI progress to AD. Prediction of conversion to AD at an early stage would enable an earlier, and potentially more effective, treatment of AD...
|The Amsterdam Resting-State Questionnaire reveals multiple phenotypes of resting-state cognition. (Volume 7) - Diaz, B. Alexander|
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 7.AbstractResting-state neuroimaging is a dominant paradigm for studying brain function in health and disease. It is attractive for clinical research because of its simplicity for patients, straightforward standardization, and sensitivity to brain disorders. Importantly, non-sensory experiences like mind wandering may arise from ongoing brain activity...